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PM’s political guru slams Baidya faction

MYAGDI: Politburo member of the UCPN-Maoist and political advisor of the Prime Minister, Devendra Paudel has said that revolution is not possible by splitting the party.

Saying it was unfortunate to split the party by the Baidya faction for revolution and class liberation eventhough the party was in favour of unity, Paudel said that revolution and class liberation is not possible without unity among leftist forces.

At a press meet organized at the district headquarters, Beni, this morning, Paudel added that it was a result of willful attitude of Baidya faction to claim of creating revolution by declaring a separate party being deviating from party unity.
He further said that revolution is for liberation of certain classes with certain goal and course of action but not by splitting and not through an emotional decision and mentioned that revolt and rebellion  were not possible as the Baidya faction has no any course of action and definite goal.
The Prime Minister’s political advisor made it clear that party chairman was ready for handing over leadership and the Prime Minister was ready to sacrifice his post on the request of Baidya faction.

He added that “The Baidya faction was involved against the party leadership since a long time but the party did not take any action against them. Finally, they declared a new party.”

In another context, Paudel clarified that the Prime Minister will not resign unless there was consensus among political parties.

The politburo member further said that the Prime Minister will resign from the post only if national consensus was forged. He added that the Prime Minister will not resign from the post at a time when there was no Constituent Assembly and as demanded from the street by political parties.

Paudel argued that the government would not be caretaker unless fresh election is held as the government had legally declared the fresh elections for new mandate after the term of the CA was going to end automatically as per the order of the Supreme Court. RSS

Published Date: Thursday, June 21st, 2012 | 12:32 AM

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